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CNBC
Nov 8, 2013 1:00pm EST
i'm going to be eligible for medicare. eye dressed up last night for halloween as the coolest dude in america, ben bernanke. the truth is, though, i have trouble growing a beard. so i went as the next closest thing, a money printing press. >> all right. are wall street guys, men and women funny? >> i don't know i think they're -- >> i take that as no. >> certainly funny people on wall street. the more senior you get on wall street the funnier you are. you can look back at your time and find levity in what you've been through. in this day and able everything is so heavily regulated, talking bassle 3, net interest margins. >> you can't afford to be funny. >> you're so by the book. >> you've done stand-up? >> i have to tell you it is not easy. i've been very closely covering the wall street funny man scene. first of all, i think that there is a lot of funny on wall street if you talk to some of these guys. i think compliance does strip out some of the funny. but there's rich material here. sometimes funny intentionally like what we've overheard in the goldman sachs elevator and someti
CNBC
Nov 11, 2013 1:00pm EST
laws, especially capital gains and the medicare surcharge for high income earners. we're starting a new segment today on personal finance here on "power lunch" and joining us are members of the cnbc digital financial adviser network, a 20 member group of financial executives with cumulative assets under management of about $23 billion. brittney is founder and ceo of financially wise women. tim joins me here in studio, vice president of the financial consulate. welcome to both of you. nice to have you with us. >> thank you very much. >> tim -- >> thank you. >> let me start with you, tim. we listed some of the top three concerns. but those aren't obviously the only concerns. what are you hearing from your clients about what they're most worried about? >> these and plenty more, what these have in common, sue, they're all big uncertainty items. a lot of uncertainty fatigue back to 2000, like we would never know which cataclysmic thing could happen the next day. that's what i'm hearing from clients right now. all three of those mentioned unrest in the middle east, europe, still having some d
CNBC
Nov 19, 2013 1:00pm EST
centers for medicaid and medicare about security and redness issues with the site and current state of repairs during which he admitted one of the key parts of the process is actually still being built. listen to this exchange which representative cory gardener of colorado. >> how much do we have to build today? what do we need to build, 50%, 40%, 30%? >> i think it's an approximation, we're probably sitting between 60 and 70% because we still have to build -- >> 60 or 70% that needs to be built still? >> because we still have to build the payment systems to make payments to issuers in january. >> let me get this correct. 60 to 70% of healthcare.gov needs to be built? >> it's not healthcare.gov. it's the federally facilitated marketplace. >> the entire system that the american people are being required to rely upon. >> that part -- >> healthcare.gov the on-line application, verification -- >> compare getting enrolled, generating a transaction that's 100% there. what i'm talking about -- >> the entire system is 60 to 70% away from being complete? >> there's the back office systems, a
CNBC
Nov 12, 2013 1:00pm EST
,000, if you're an individual or $250,000 for a couple, you'll pay a 3.8% medicare tax on net investment income as well. so what can you do about all of this to minimize your tax bite in 2013? first thing is review your investments and elle sell those losers to offset capital gains. you can also defer your income if you're going to get a bonus or exercise stock options, wait until next year to exercise those options. by delaying that income you're not going to be paying taxes until 2014. and the other thing you want to do is make sure you max out your employer sponsored retirement plans. contributing to your 401(k), 403 b, 457 plan will lower your taxable income dollar for dollar and those maximums are $17,500. for most individuals. those over 50, can contribute up to $23,000. and the other thing, of course, you definitely want to do is talk to financial professional because you want to make sure you take advantage of every tax-saving opportunity you can. now is the time to do it. sue, back to you. >> all right. thank you so much, sharon. >>> don't forget to take your vitamins
CNBC
Nov 22, 2013 1:00pm EST
city. an update from the centers for medicare and medicaid cms. they say they're going to be extending the sign-up deadline for insurance on the exchanges for people who want to have their coverage starting on january 1st. it was december 15th. they are now going to move it to december 23rd because of the problems that continue on healthcare.gov. but they also say that they are making progress, making improvements and that by november 30th, just over a week, they will be able to handle some 800,000 people a day. they're also developing a system so if the system gets overloaded you will be put into a cue and you will be called back when it is your turn. they will also be taking the site down for maintenance this weekend, a 1-ho12 -- 12 hour between 9:00 p.m. eastern and 9:00 a.m. on sunday. to continue making fixes. >> so coming up really just a matter of minutes time "street signs." it started out as a social media prey but ended up being serious, very serious, in particular for your privacy. and even paulson giving gold the cold shoulder. and what would the american economy look like
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